Zygmunt Igel (1880-1944) was one of the most distinguished antiquarian booksellers in Lviv, who continued the tradition of a bookseller family going back to the 18th century. He began working alongside his father, Leib Igel, in the early 20th century. In the inter-war period he became independent and ran an antiquarian scholarly bookshop in Batory Street 34, well-known throughout Poland. Zygmunt Igel's...
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